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will remain anonymous. the california highway patrol is cracking down on the u. i driving. charles clifford has details. >> from 6:00 p.m. wednesday and 1150 m 11:50 p.m. on sunday night is a maximum enforcement. on thanksgiving day the highway patrol released some statistics on its first day of of for some effort. so far this a statewide eight people have been killed in failed collisions this year. chp also says a 262 people have been arrested for driving under the influence. plaster their three fatalities and 267 drivers were charged with the allies. and the bay there been no accidents and 50 d y arrests. the maximum enforcement. at last unsell 11:59 p.m. on sunday evening. >> some thieves in oakland broken to cars on thanksgiving days. several cars longer insurable fared rather mialong ventura boulevard their windows smashed and. >> when a broken cars big mess but nothing was gone. i did not lose anything in my car just book. i never leave anything valuable inside of my car. >> police are looking for suspects for the window bregenz. a live look from the livermore out lealet. it is jam pa
. >> the california highway patrol did a maximum enforcement carry it. they had additional patrol and they really some numbers for their first day of what they call their maximum enforcement. which started wednesday as 6:00 p.m.. so far, the highway patrol says the statewide eight people have been killed in fatal collisions this year. chp also says that 262 people have been arrested for driving under the influence. lacher, there were three fatalities and 267 drivers who were charged with d.u.i. eyes. here in the bay area, there have been no fatal accidents and 50 d u i arrest. that's this year. in 2011, there were also no fatalities and 39 people were charged with driving under the influence. a family in vallejo is looking for the driver, who they said is responsible for killing their grandmother. 88 year-old clementine the few men is died after a hit- and-run accidents. last friday, they really woman was walking home from the store, just a few blocks from her house. that is when the family says, a gold colored car hit her, while she was in the crosswalk, and then drove off. the family wonders if the
did to have a chance to meet with the officer of the california highway patrol. >> the driver of the hon the was a bit busy when and he tried to talk to her. >> when you're driving with your headlights on. >> to be honest i thought this car had the automatic lights. >> these were not the only two drivers violating the nearly eight year old law. >> the driver of this truck was rolling along in the rain with no headlights on. >> the driver said he was aware of the law but told the officer he was in a rush and was only driving a few miles. >> this to what he told me. >> you have no headlights on in the driver ran out there. i don't the allies as i can drive very good i can see very good you know. were you aware this was a moving violation? a sense we are on the subject of common-sense watch as the this driver passes our chp cruiser in the rain wipers on line no lights. i wonder what will happen next. >> tell me you did not see that coming. >> you are driving without your headlights on. >> wait there is more. >> how come you were not wearing your seat belts back here. i'm sorry i
it was with the 20132410 school year.3/2014 school year. california governor jerry brown told the regents not to count on it. >> this state have to increase its general fund commitment to the university 12 percent every year. last 12% eric is very unlikely to hahas happened. without the money or a portion of it the universities will have to change their plans by cutting programs and cutting construction or have to find ways to raise additional revenue which could include tuition hikes. >> retail sales fell in october for the first time in four months. the census bureau has reported 3% drop for the last month. car dealers, furniture, electronics and people shop the hardware stores also drop in business. realtors are calling it a hot commodity. we are talking about the neighborhood of nnob in oakland. it is attracting people from all over. is in north open near berkeley and he revealed. the neighborhood is becoming more gentrified. restaurants and commuting are some of the it sees better making it more appealing. >> their time to complete the change what makes open gate and so in that sense it is bringi
and lesbians here in california who waited to tie the knot will be allowed to do so. this may be as early as next week. if the justices decide to take this case of been a ruling may not come down until sometime next year. if that means the same sex marriage will be on hold until the rule is handed out from the court. that was announced as some monday or they could announce it later on today. >> lawmakers for health care practitioners will counsel gate people are asking them to block the therapy. the court hearing is scheduled in sacramento on a request by four councilors who practice this and they consider this reparative therapy and to families to stay that their son was helped by this treatment. the law signed by governor brown and october should take effect it refers and it will prohibit therapist - special >> the los gatos police department is investigating a home invasion possible homicide. a woman was tied up in her home a run to this morning and the neighborhood is currently blocked off by police at campbell and sunnyvale police. k-9 units have been called in to help. we will take
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